Rebuilding Shakespeare's Globe
Beautifully illustrated with four specially commissioned full-color drawings by Paul Cox and over 50 black-and-white plates, this is the exciting story of the search for Shakespeare's Globe.
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Review: Rebuilding Shakespeare's GlobeUser Review - Matthew - Goodreads
A few interesting tidbits, but overall very repetitive and dull. Half an hour at the rebuilt Globe in London- or seeing a performance there- would be just as edifying and a lot more fun. Read full review
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The Globe in 1600
Playgoing in 1600
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JSTOR: Rebuilding Shakespeare's Globe
Rebuilding Shakespeare's Globe. By Andrew Gurr withjohn Orrell. New York: Routledge, Chapman and Hall, 1989. 197 pp. $25.00. The publication date of this ...
Rebuilding Shakespeare's Globe. Routledge, New York, 1989. ISGC (Andrew Gurr, Ronnie Mulryne, Margaret Shewring). The Design of the Globe. ...
www.wpi.edu/ Academics/ Depts/ HUA/ TT/ Globe/ app1.html
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Rebuilding Shakespeare's Globe. New York: Routledge, 1989. [John Sestric:. explains "how and why the Globe Theatre was built," with a general overview of ...
web.grcc.cc.mi.us/ english/ shakespeare/ notes/ research.doc
Rebuilding Shakespeare's Globe. The same authors writing in TLS (9 June 1989). point out, 'In the last threemonths theatre historians have been given more ...
ywes.oxfordjournals.org/ cgi/ reprint/ 69/ 1/ 216.pdf
FALOCCO, JOE, Ph.D. Elizabethan Staging in the Twentieth Century ...
FALOCCO, JOE, Ph.D. Elizabethan Staging in the Twentieth Century: Theatrical. Practice and Cultural Context. (2006). Directed by Russ mcdonald. 433 pp. ...
libres.uncg.edu/ edocs/ etd/ 1227/ umi-uncg-1227.pdf